Shokutsu 10 emulates a Japanese food street, with a wide selection of Japanese cuisine and snacks. They have over 10 stalls and each have unique offerings of Japanese food.
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All things Japan
Shokutsu 10 offers various Japanese dishes in a style reminiscent of a Japanese street. One does not need to travel to Japan in order to eat one's favourite dishes. From teppanyaki to Japanese style pasta, to the usual udon and soba, all handmade, Shokutsu 10 offers it all.
There is also a small stall selling Dorayaki, а red bean pancake which consists of two small pancake-like patties made from castella wrapped around a filling of sweet Azuki red bean paste. These are reminiscent of Doraemon's favourite snack in the show. ^^ However, one's choices are not limited to red bean- there are plenty of choices to pick from, such as chocolate, yuzu or even potato salad. Craving for something sweet, then pick the dessert fillings- chocolate, matcha cream or custard cream, from $1.20-1.40. Craving for something savoury, then select from Pork Floss to Cheese Curry, to name a few. You can watch the staff make Dorayaki too! (:
The restaurants at Shokutsu 10 provide cards where you can obtain stamps and redeem for vouchers, $10 off your bill, or a free item from their menu. Staff are friendly and it's a joy to eat at any of the restaurants (:
Dining with style :)
If you are a Japanese food enthusiast like me, Shokutsu 10 is a place to go. Imagine walking along the streets of Japan while looking for a Japanese restaurant that will suit your taste. This place is perfect for both casual and fine dining.
For people on the go, there is a wide selection of food from yummy dorayakis to freshly made sushi ready for take away. I on the other hand personally prefer to sit back, relax and enjoy watching my food cooked right in front of me. Now, that's what I call a hearty and pleasurable dining the Japan way.
Food prices are quite above average though but regular customers are given incentives through Shokutsu 10 cards depending on valid promotions. This is a great place for people of all ages. The staff are accommodating and the Chefs are fun to watch during actual cooking. It's a fun and satiable dining rolled in one. You'll surely be back for more.
Many choices for Japanese food lovers!
If you love Japanese food and cannot really decide on what to eat, Shokutsu 10 at nex, a shopping mall at Serangoon, is sure to provide you with a big variety of Japanese dishes, from yakitori to noodles.
The food there can be a little pricey, so be sure to look out for their promotions as they can make your meal really value for money! You can also get a card when you eat at Shokutsu 10, whereby you need to get a certain number of stamps and get complimentary items or vouchers at any of the restaurants there. Redemption differs for every restaurant.
I tend to eat at Kushiyaki, a humble shop that sells yakitori. They used to have a wider range of skewered items, including my beloved pumpkin yakitori. However, at one point of time they removed a few items and mainly sell skewered meat and fish products. I also feel that Kushiyaki has been deproving in terms of the quality of their food. Most recently, someone ordered takeaway for me, and their tori karaage tasted fishy. I believe that they might have mixed it with a fish item like unagi, but I cannot be too sure. Other than that, everything else tasted fine, but the deliciousness Kushiyaki used to offer seems to have left their food.
Besides Kushiyaki, I also like to visit Tontei when they have their set lunch menu. They are extremely value for money because they cost cheaper than the menu items, and each set comes with a main dish, rice, and noodles of your choice (cha soba or warm udon). It can be really filling for one person because of the two staples, plus a main dish. Light eaters would want to consider sharing. I have tried their pork katsu with cheese. It tastes okay, but I only wish the cheese was melted, and not just placed on top of the katsu. I also ate their teriyaki chicken, which is nicer, but can be quite salty. Their sides are pretty good. Tontei has, by far, the largest sized tori karaage I've eaten so far, and their agedashi tofu is just delicious and comes with minced meat as well!
Shokutsu 10 has other restaurants here that sell sushi, Japanese-style pasta, and teppanyaki. They even have a bakery, Green Pumpkin, so you definitely will be spoilt for choice here!
Japanese Food Street in Singapore
All your favourite Japanese delicacies under one roof - that's what Shokutsu 10 offers Japanese food lovers! Located at Nex, Shokutsu 10 imitates the likes of Japanese food streets and boasts a variety of Japanese delights in the form of ramen, teppanyaki, steamboat, pasta and desserts.
One stall I would recommend is the one that sells dorayakis. Dorayaki is made of two pancakes with filling in the middle. The stall's name is in Japanese but after searching online and asking its staff, I've found that the name of the dorayaki stall is Nankatsu. It is near the main entrance of Shokutsu 10 and you will spot it easily with all the colourful pictures of dorayakis. I love this stall for the very delicious and authentic tasting Japanese pancakes that they sell. They also have three categories of fillings - ice cream, sweet and savoury. I've tried a couple of flavours so far and they all taste really good. What's better is that the pancakes are very affordable considering the size of the pancake and the generous fillings they give! You can also enjoy the process of them making the pancakes as they have an open kitchen concept.
Other stalls worth trying are Kabe No Ana which offers Japanese style pasta, pizzas and baked rice and Kuriya Japanese Fresh Fish Market.
The ambience of the entire place lively yet not overly crowded. It has low lighting and a very Japanese feel with the decorations and styles of food. If you love Japanese culture and food, you should check this place out.